The Missouri House has given first-round approval to legislation restricting lawsuits that stem from some crimes committed at businesses.
Newspaper publishers in Missouri could have to pay more to buy paper, ink and other supplies under a measure that has been endorsed by a House panel.
In a 7-5 vote Wednesday, the House Tax Reform Committee backed a proposal to eliminate sales tax exemptions on newspaper equipment in order to help fund state aid to the blind.
It appears the Missouri Supreme Court might not rule on legal challenges to congressional and state House districts before the candidate filing period ends next week.
The Missouri Senate has rejected an attempt to set up a state-run health insurance exchange.
The exchanges are part of the federal health care law approved in 2009. States are required to create exchanges by 2014 so that individuals and small business can compare health insurance plans.
Missouri House Democrats are calling for new ethics legislation after the state Supreme Court rejected much of the most state's most recent version because of how it was approved.
The Republican caucus in St. Charles County is likely to be rescheduled after a weekend fracas forced the caucus to be shut down.
Medical patients awaiting joint transplants may soon have greater access to donor cartilage thanks to a new storage method developed by University of Missouri researchers.
An orthopedic surgeon who was hired by the University of Missouri to take over a position at a partner hospital is suing.
The group of Kansas City business leaders who tried unsuccessfully to keep Missouri from leaving the Big 12 Conference for the SEC included former University of Missouri president Gary Forsee.
Missouri's proposed budget looks $1 billion bigger, thanks to hundreds of additions by the House Budget Committee.